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  • headsetCapital management podcast

    19 May 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    This podcast covers:

    • status of proposed changes to share buyback rules
    • update on developments in other capital management techniques
    • implications of changes in corporations law to the tax treatment of dividends
    • developments in debt/equity and TOFA rules impacting capital management.

  • headsetRisky times - Corporate compliance podcast

    19 May 2011 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    The ATO has begun dealing with taxpayers according to their assessment of the risk rating of the taxpayer. This new approach, together with developments in accounting for uncertain tax positions (UTP) and international developments in disclosure obligations may have far reaching implications for the level of disclosure required by taxpayers. This podcast covers:

    • the new risk differentiation approach and what to expect on the basis of your rating
    • the IASB’s status on accounting for tax uncertainties
    • international disclosure developments and how they may impact upon Australian business taxpayers and advisers
    • cooperation between UK, US, Canadian and Australian tax authorities and what this may mean in practice.

  • headsetThe Part IVA deluge podcast

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    Part IVA seems to have been constantly before the courts over the last two years. This session brings some sense to the output of the courts including:

    • the significant issues in the recent plethora of Part IVA cases
    • responsibilities for creating the counterfactual
    • challenging unattractive counterfactuals
    • handling multiple alternatives
    • the relationship between the scheme and the counterfactual
    • the 'do nothing' option
    • Treasury's 2010 proposals.

  • headsetPart IVA - How the ATO sees it podcast

    19 May 2011 |

    Presented at: 4th Annual Tax Forum

    Over the past three years there have been many decisions which have impacted the understanding of how Part IVA is to be applied. The ATO is reviewing its approach. This session covers some of the aspects likely to be updated.

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    Disclaimer: This podcast represents laws and policies at the time it was presented. Persons should make appropriate inquiries, check the law for currency, and seek independent advice before acting in reliance on it.

  • headsetTax updates podcast

    17 May 2011 | Source: TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    The bi-monthly tax updates offer taxation practitioners throughout Tasmania a practical guide to recent changes and how they affect you and your clients. Each session will be an overview of the previous Hall & Wilcox notes, followed by in-depth analysis of the issues that really matter, whilst maintaining a strong focus on how changes will apply in a Tasmanian context.

  • headsetTax updates podcast

    03 Mar 2011 | Source: TASMANIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

    Presented at: March 2011 Bi Monthly

    The bi-monthly tax updates offer taxation practitioners throughout Tasmania a practical guide to recent changes and how they affect you and your clients. Each session will be an overview of the previous Hall & Wilcox notes, followed by in-depth analysis of the issues that really matter, whilst maintaining a strong focus on how changes will apply in a Tasmanian context.